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ListView pixel-accuracy scrolling: How to stop ListView from jumping by entire item when scrolling
CodaYoda last edited by CodaYoda
I want to achieve smooth scrolling with ListView. By "smooth" I mean scrolling that does not jump by an entire list item at a time, which seems to be the default behaviour. To put it in other words, I want the type of scrolling that you get on just about any modern mobile device, where list items can be moved by a fraction of their size (essentially with pixel accuracy), not by a while item.
To be clear, I know about ListView.NoSnap which allows the list to move by a fraction of an item's size, but what I am unable to achieve is to have partial elements shown at the top / bottom of the ListView when snapMode: ListView.NoSnap is enabled.
This must be possible, but like pretty much all of QML, useful information is virtually impossible to find....
Help would be greatly appreciated!
Hi @CodaYoda By default the scrolling in
ListViewis per pixel. Can you post an example where this behavior is defied ?
CodaYoda last edited by
Thank you for the reply. Yes, an example is easy to provide:
Please note that my point is not that ListView doesn't scroll per pixel - it does. My point is that the contents of ListView are only shown as entire Items rather than being shown partially as the ListView scrolls (entire items are added / removed from view). This gives the impression that overall scrolling is not per-pixel.
@CodaYoda No it is does not completely show entire items when scrolled. If you look carefully you will seen there is a small difference. To test it you can try setting the delegate height to something higher or lower or you can even try mouse drag and scroll.
johngod last edited by
Not sure if I understand what you want, maybe you're looking for: